1. azatak's Avatar
    I clear my data and cache regularly. I have disabled WiFi (when I'm not in range), Bluetooth and autosync. I maintain my brightness at the minimum level every time I go on my phone, and I always keep it in Endurance mode.

    My Android System is a Version 4.1.1, and it usually takes up 60-95% of my battery. I've installed multiple Wakelock Detectors, but they've done nothing for my battery life.

    Are there any solutions you can think of, or should I just buy a new battery?
    06-20-2015 11:55 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Which phone is it?

    Charge up to 100%, then let it drain to 20-30% with normal usage, without charging in between. Then show us:

    1. The main Settings>Battery screen.
    2. The fullscreen battery graph screen (which shows Awake time and Cell Signal Strength).
    3. The Screen category (to see total Screen On time).
    4. The Cell Standby category, if present (to see Time Without Signal).

    06-21-2015 09:01 AM
  3. azatak's Avatar
    1. I'm very ignorant as to what version my phone is, sorry. I do know that compared to the newest versions, it is relatively old. It is also a Huawei brand, if that helps.

    2. I turn my phone off constantly (every time I'm not using it), so I don't know why it says that I've been relying on battery for 2 days.

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    06-21-2015 11:17 PM
  4. B. Diddy's Avatar
    You can find out the model name or number in Settings>About Phone.

    I'm sorry, but those screenshots aren't particularly helpful, because you only let the battery down by 20%, instead of down to 20%. Use the phone normally until the battery reading is down to around 20%, then show us the screenshots.

    There's a lot of Cell Standby, which can use up more battery if your cell signal is weak. But it would be more helpful if we could see your stats after you've used most of the battery.
    06-23-2015 01:06 AM
  5. azatak's Avatar
    Sorry for wasting so much of your time. Here are my screenshots.

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    06-24-2015 10:27 AM
  6. B. Diddy's Avatar
    You're not wasting my time.

    Those stats still show a lot of Cell Standby, which usually goes up with poor cell signal. Does your Battery menu have a graph section? If you see a graph and you tap it, the fullscreen version usually shows a bar that represents the cell signal, in green, yellow, and red (with red meaning very poor or absent signal). If you see lots of yellow and red, that would probably explain the battery drain, since poor signal makes the phone's cell radio work harder to latch onto the signal.
    06-25-2015 01:38 AM

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